Quotes with tag:
I think you have to refill the well at some point.
The point of living and of being an optimist is to be foolish enough to believe the best is yet to come.
You go through life experiences. Each record captures a different turning point in my life.
At one point, I even thought, ‘Oh, I’ll take diet pills.’ I tried it for one day, and I thought my heart was going to explode. It’s awful, and I would never, ever recommend it.
I’m the kind of person whose clothes are all hung up and color-coordinated, to the point where my whites don’t touch my creams.
I actually love auditioning because I usually don’t get the part. I’ve tested with Daniel Day-Lewis, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Tom Cruise. So I’ve gotten to that point, and I understand when I don’t get it. There are a lot of very talented people out there.
On ‘Lab Rats,’ I read the script probably three or four times before we ever even do a table read because I want to be completely prepared. And I want to know exactly which beats I have to hit and where I need to make something comical. Some lines need a little more than others do just to get the point across, to get the joke to be funny.
But whatever the ramifications, whatever turns the path takes, the beginning is always there, in a particular moment, a particular point of access.
I never learned to verbalize an abstract musical concept. No thank you. The whole point of being a serious musician is to avoid verbalization whenever you can.
The ultimate point of a piece for me is that it drives the next one. Does it open new doors? That’s the success of a piece.
Sometimes I can’t believe I’m going to be 60. I always say there’s no point moaning about getting older, when there’s nothing you can do about it. But still, I do find it quite funny. I look at that number, 60, and I think, ‘Really? Me?’
As Luke 24 shows, it’s possible to read the Bible, study the Bible, and memorize large portions of the Bible, while missing the whole point of the Bible.
And if I have a strong point, it’s that I like to believe it’s not cheap or schmaltzy sentimentality.
I enjoyed my upbringing, my siblings did, we’re polite, we’re respectful, but at the end of the day we’re young, we like to have fun. But now, more so than ever, the youth has been vilified to the point where it feels like you can’t enjoy being young any more, you just have to sit it out and wait until you get old.
There comes a point where it is just undignified to be a rock ‘n’ roll star.